March 2020 Reading Wrap-up

What a month it has been! It's crazy to think that just a month ago I was in school as normal, and now I'm quarantined at home doing my college classes over the web and rarely ever leaving my house (which is no problem for me, because I love staying home). With that, you would … Continue reading March 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Book Review: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

Gillian Flynn is one of those authors I've been wanting to read for years. I feel like she kind of exploded with Gone Girl, and everyone was talking about her a few years ago. The only problem with reading that book is that, because it's been so popular, I've had pretty much everything in that … Continue reading Book Review: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

Book Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

It's been a while since I read a thriller I truly enjoyed, especially when that said book does so many things I usually don't like in books. And it did it right. This book has quickly gone to the top of the list of books I've read in 2020 so far. I discovered it completely … Continue reading Book Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

Korean Movie Review: Innocent Witness

It seems like forever since I talked about a Korean drama or movie. I've just been so busy with planning for college and moving before that that I haven't had much time to watch much of anything. Saying that, I watched this movie recently and I was so impressed by it that I had to … Continue reading Korean Movie Review: Innocent Witness

Book Review: Six Four by Hideo Yokoyama

I had absolutely zero knowledge of the book going into it. I happened across it on Overdrive from the library and decided to listen to the audiobook of it (all twenty-four hours of it). I went in with expectations of a fast-paced thriller, and instead this book is a slow psychological mystery, examining the inner … Continue reading Book Review: Six Four by Hideo Yokoyama

TV Series Review: I Am The Night

The Black Dahlia Murder of 1947 has fascinated detectives and amateurs alike for years. There are few people in America who haven't heard of the horrific murder of Elizabeth Short, known more commonly as the Black Dahlia. But most probably don't know anything about one of the main suspects: George Hodel. I love true crime … Continue reading TV Series Review: I Am The Night

Book Review: Orphan X by Greg Andrew Hurwitz

It looks like this week will be completely filled with book reviews again. Today's is a thriller. Now, thrillers and I have never been fond companions. I've tried to enjoy thrillers, but ultimately I have disliked (or at least not liked) pretty much every one I have read. The only ones which break this mold … Continue reading Book Review: Orphan X by Greg Andrew Hurwitz

Indie Book Review The Verona Exchange by Lauren B. Grossman and Bernard Jaroslaw

For the handful of people who were following my blog way back in March of this year, you may (but most probably not) remember that I did a review for The Golden Peacock by Lauren Grossman. If you know nothing of it, I advise you read that review first, since this book is its sequel. … Continue reading Indie Book Review The Verona Exchange by Lauren B. Grossman and Bernard Jaroslaw

Book Review: The Chalk Man (just…why?)

I didn’t want to do this…I thought I would enjoy this book…it had raving reviews…but nope, yet again I found a book published in 2018 that I dislike. Okay, let’s get into this Release date: January 9, 2018 Plot Synopsis: In 1986, twelve-year-old Eddie Adams and his four friends (maybe five, I couldn’t really be … Continue reading Book Review: The Chalk Man (just…why?)